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In praise of filmmakers that go out on a limb

18 January 2016 8:12 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Filmmakers go to incredible lengths to tell stories. Here‘s why movies like Apocalypse Now and The Revenant deserve our praise...

“We were in the jungle. We had too much money. We had too much equipment. And little by little, we went insane” - Francis Ford Coppola

You wouldn’t necessarily have wanted to be a member of the cast or crew on the set of Apocalypse Now, but you can’t argue with the results. Director Francis Ford Coppola intended to spend five months in the Philippines shooting his Vietnam war epic; instead, he was stuck there for a year, caught in a quagmire of illnesses (lead actor Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack), typhoons and a rapidly-expanding budget.

Apocalypse Now’s nightmarish shoot was captured for posterity in the documentary Heart Of Darkness, largely shot by Coppola’s daughter Eleanor and eventually released in 1991. What »

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